By David Weber
6th within the bestselling Honor Harrington area battle sequence
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Why did not they do anything? " "You be aware of the reply to that," Hauptman lower back. "They're 'stretched too skinny assembly different commitments'. Hell, it was once all i may do pry 4 Q-ships out of them! " "Excuses! these are only excuses, Daddy! " "Maybe. " Hauptman appeared down at his arms back, then sighed once again. "No, let's be sincere, Stace. It most likely used to be the easiest they can do. " "Oh? Then why did they positioned Harrington in command? in the event that they desired to cease such things as this, why did not they ship a reliable officer to Silesia? " Hauptman winced internally. Stacey had by no means met Honor Harrington. All she knew of her used to be what she'd learn within the 'faxes and noticeable on HD . . . or what her father had instructed her. And Hauptman used to be uncomfortably conscious that he hadn't precisely long gone out of his approach to supply his daughter an impartial account of what had occurred in Basilisk. in actual fact, he knew his feel of humiliation had painted Harrington's activities in the course of their disagreement with even darker colorings while he defined them to Stacey later. He wasn't relatively pleased with that, yet neither was once he approximately to return and check out to right the checklist at this past due date. particularly, he instructed himself fiercely, considering that Harrington fairly used to be a free warhead! but that still intended he could not inform her he was once the only who'd driven for Harrington's task. no longer with no making motives he did not care to make, at any expense. "She could be a lunatic," he acknowledged as an alternative, "but she's a primary price strive against commander. i do not just like the woman—you understand that—but she is nice in a struggle. I think that is why they selected her. And no matter what they have performed or now not performed, or their purposes for it," he went on extra strongly, "the truth is still that we now have misplaced Bonaventure. " "How a lot will it damage us? " Stacey requested, attaining for a much less individually painful subject. "In and of itself, now not that badly. She used to be insured, and i am convinced we will get over the insurers. yet our premiums can be going up—again—and except Harrington really does a few strong, we actually can have to appear heavily at postponing operations within the Confederacy. " "If we pull out, all people else will," Stacey warned. "I be aware of. " Hauptman rose and jammed his palms into his wallet whereas he stared out over the pool. "I don't need to do it, Stace—and not only simply because i do not are looking to lose our sales. i do not like what a normal pull out from Silesia will do to the stability of alternate. the dominion wishes that delivery profit and people markets, specially now. And that does not even give some thought to what it will possibly suggest for public opinion. If raggedy-assed pirates chase us filter out of the Confederacy, humans might even see it as an indication that we aren't retaining our personal opposed to the Peeps from now on. " Stacey nodded at the back of him. Her father's lengthy and stormy historical past with the Royal military stemmed largely from his function as one of many megastar Kingdom's significant shipbuilders, which placed him in consistent clash with the RMN's accountants, yet she knew one other half stemmed from the Navy's refusal to bend to his will.